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Swiss Life Group holds Investors' Day in Zurich

01.12.2005

Swiss Life Group intends to be the leading provider in pensions and long-term savings and achieve a net result of one billion francs by 2008. During Investors’ Day, which is being held in Zurich today, the company will outline its strategic priorities and the concrete measures with which it plans to achieve these ambitious goals. Once again, the Swiss business, the Banca del Gottardo and the Group’s integrated asset and liability management take centre stage in the presentations.

Swiss Life is the only internationally active company that focuses on its core business of occupational and private pensions. Swiss Life wants to use this excellent position to achieve its ambition of pensions leadership. Linked to this is the goal of generating a net of one billion francs and a sustainable return on equity of more than 10% by 2008. As part of the Investors’ Day being held in Zurich today, Rolf Dörig, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will give an overview of the positioning and strategic priorities of the Swiss Life Group. Paul Müller, CEO Switzerland, will show how Swiss Life is going to strengthen its impact in distribution, further develop its product range, and increase efficiency and therefore profitability in its Swiss home market, where the company, as market leader, earns around 40% of its premium volume. Bruno Pfister, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Hans-Jürgen Wolter, Chief Risk Officer, will report on the Swiss Life Group’s integrated asset and liability management, focusing on how it deals with various risks and how it has created the necessary room for manoeuvre to react appropriately in every interest rate scenario. Rolf Aeberli, the CEO-designate of Banca del Gottardo, and his CFO Thomas Müller, will present the bank’s strategy and illustrate how its earnings contribution to the Swiss Life Group can clearly be raised.

All presentations and additional information on Investors' Day are available on www.swisslife.com:

Info Kit Investors' Day 2005


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Swiss Life

The Swiss Life Group is one of Europe's leading providers of pension and life insurance products. The Swiss Life Group offers individuals and companies comprehensive advice across a broad range of products via agents, brokers and banks in its domestic market, Switzerland, where it is market leader, and selected European markets. Multinational companies are serviced with tailor-made solutions by a network of partners in over 60 countries. With the Banca del Gottardo, the Swiss Life Group is also a provider of banking services. The bank, headquartered in Lugano, has an extended national and international network of offices and more than CHF 50 billion in customer assets under management.

Swiss Life Holding, registered in Zurich, dates back to the Swiss Life Insurance and Pension Company founded in 1857. Shares of Swiss Life Holding are listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange (SLHN). The Swiss Life Group employs a staff of around 10 000.

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